Former Secretary of State Mike PompeoMike PompeoUS US Intelligence: Saudi Crown Prince Approves Khashoggi’s Execution of Trump’s Golden Statue in CPAC It condemned the Biden administration for publishing a classified report on Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi on Sunday, saying that the publication of the report was a “reckless”
In a speech on Fox News on Sunday, the next former Secretary of State of the Trump administration stated that the Biden administration had “political” motives when releasing the report and was dedicated to solving the issue in the US-Saudi relationship.
“[T]He released this report from Lure. This is political. Pompeo said: “The purpose of this is to destroy the relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through the use of intelligence, and I, as the former director of the CIA, will never support it.” This is the political head. “
The former secretary continued: “I regret that because this government wants to establish relations with Iran and destroy relations with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, they chose to use intelligence to do this.”
So far, Pompeo’s remarks are the strongest criticism of any former Trump administration official on the issue. The Democrats argued that the Biden administration has made more efforts to demand that the Saudi government take responsibility for Khashoggi’s death, although the Democrats said the White House can do more to punish Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. And other senior officials reportedly involved in the killing.
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He said: “I feel optimistic that our role in the Yemen war, the Kashuji murders and other ways in which the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia may change, will actually achieve the accountability that I am asking for.” “Realigning” its relationship with Saudi Arabia.